Alabama Statewide
High School Mathematics Contest
The first round of the 2014 contest is complete! Here are the results:
First Round Results (pdf)
Invitations to the second round (Saturday
March 15, 2014 at the University of North Alabama in Florence) will be issued soon based on
the first round results.
Here are the tests and answers from the first round:
Comprehensive (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
About the Contest
The first round consists of written tests administered at eight
sites scattered throughout the state. (Old first round tests with answers are posted
below.)
The second round is a
"ciphering" (Jeopardy style) tournament held at the University
of North Alabama in Florence. (This tournament is by
invitation only based on the results of the first
round comprehensive tests.)
Here is this year's official contest brochure, which gives a full description of the procedures and rules for participation in the contest.
Please note that the contest is under new management this
year, and that dates and locations are subject to change every year!
More information about the contest can be found below.
Please direct all questions to the contest directors:
Miranda Bowie
University of North Alabama
Assistant Contest Director
email: mbowie@una.edu
Cynthia Stenger
University of North Alabama
Contest Director
email: clstenger@una.edu
HERE ARE THE FIRST ROUND TESTS FROM 2013, WITH ANSWERS:
Comprehensive Division I (pdf)
Comprehensive Division II (pdf)
Comprehensive Division III (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
HERE ARE THE FIRST ROUND TESTS FROM 2012, WITH ANSWERS:
Comprehensive Division I (pdf)
Comprehensive Division II (pdf)
Comprehensive Division III (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
HERE ARE THE FIRST ROUND TESTS FROM 2011, WITH ANSWERS:
Comprehensive Division I (pdf)
Comprehensive Division II (pdf)
Comprehensive Division III (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
HERE ARE THE FIRST ROUND TESTS FROM 2010, WITH ANSWERS:
Comprehensive Division I (pdf)
Comprehensive Division II (pdf)
Comprehensive Division III (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
HERE ARE THE FIRST ROUND TESTS FROM 2009, WITH ANSWERS:
Comprehensive Division I (pdf)
Comprehensive Division II (pdf)
Comprehensive Division III (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
HERE ARE THE FIRST ROUND TESTS FROM 2008, WITH ANSWERS:
Comprehensive Division I (pdf)
Comprehensive Division II (pdf)
Comprehensive Division III (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
HERE ARE THE FIRST ROUND TESTS FROM 2007, WITH ANSWERS:
Comprehensive Division I (pdf)
Comprehensive Division II (pdf)
Comprehensive Division III (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
HERE ARE THE FIRST ROUND TESTS FROM 2006, WITH ANSWERS:
Comprehensive Division I (pdf)
Comprehensive Division II (pdf)
Comprehensive Division III (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
HERE ARE THE FIRST ROUND TESTS FROM 2005, WITH ANSWERS:
Comprehensive Division I (pdf)
Comprehensive Division II (pdf)
Comprehensive Division III (pdf)
Geometry (pdf)
Algebra II with Trigonometry (pdf)
HERE ARE THE RESULTS FROM 2005 - 2013:
First Round results for 2013:
All First Round results for 2013 (pdf)
First Round results for 2012:
All First Round results for 2012 (pdf)
First Round results for 2011:
State Team First Round results for 2011 (pdf)
State Individual First Round results for 2011 (pdf)
District Individual First Round results for 2011 (pdf)
First Round results for 2010:
State Team First Round results for 2010 (pdf)
State Individual First Round results for 2010 (pdf)
District Individual First Round results for 2010 (pdf)
First Round results for 2009:
State Team First Round results for 2009 (pdf)
State Individual First Round results for 2009 (pdf)
District Individual First Round results for 2009 (pdf)
A reminder from the Alabama Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ACTM):
The contest is a community effort run by the ACTM's State Mathematics Contest Committee, which is now chaired by Professor Wu. The committee continually seeks volunteers, who can contribute to the contest in numerous ways, including (but not limited to):
- the writing and production of the written tests and ciphering problems, and
- promotion and publicity of the contest.
If you or someone you know would be interested in helping the contest, please contact Professor Wu at 205-348-1963 or ZWu@gp.as.ua.edu
Contest Archive: 1998 - 2003
Note that this is an archive from the years when the contest was run out of Jacksonville State University under the direction of Jeff Dodd. The contest web site will be moving to Tuscaloosa in due course, and when it does we will give you the link right here. Until then, you may browse the archive below for general information about the contest, almost all of which still applies. Direct all questions to the current contest director, Zhijian Wu.
Interested in an online community of teachers, students, parents, and problem solving enthusiasts
offering inspiration and support for those who are interested in learning mathematics through problem
solving? Then please visit here:
THE ART OF PROBLEM SOLVING HOMEPAGE
Looking for a fun and challenging math contest for your 7th and 8th grade students? The MATHCOUNTS foundation runs a national coaching and competition program for these grades. You can participate at a location near you:
MATHCOUNTS HOMEPAGE
Looking for information related to mathematics on the internet? Try the JSU Mathematics Department's own collection of
MATHEMATICS WEB SITES
Revised - March 1, 2014
Questions, comments, and suggestions about the contest and about this site are welcome.
Please contact:
Jeff Dodd
Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematical, Computing, and Information Sciences
Jacksonville State University
Jacksonville, AL 36265
phone: 256-782-5112
fax: 256-782- 5261
email: jdodd@jsu.edu
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